Neale’s back with the biggest and baddest decks ever to stack up to 99 cards! Today’s competitive Commander deck update featuress Jhoria, Azami, Zur, and more!
Note: I write set reviews from a tournament player’s perspective, not a financial perspective. As such, I try to approach new set releases with a “wide net” of all the cards which might be relevant to tournament Magic, even if it’s just a sideboard 1-of that will never be worth much. This will necessarily include […]
Kyle Kloster offers us a brief report on how he earned 2nd place at the recent StarCityGames Legacy open event, a look at Reanimator’s appeal and optimal play, and suggestions for optimizing the deck.
Every Death Star needs a thermal exhaust port, and Jules takes you down the process and reasoning for bringing some weakness to go with your big guns in Commander!
Continuing our exploration of Legacy and the Color Wheel, we’ll move onto the series’ second installment. You’ll find all the White cards you can comfortably prepare to see in Legacy alongside the most prominent decklists harnessing the color.
Today we’ll begin a thorough dissection of Magic’s five colors, perfect for newcomers and a refreshing review for veterans. After exploring the Color Wheel, we’ll move onto the series’ first installment. You’ll find all the Green cards you can expect to see in Legacy alongside decklists galore.
Competitive Commander. Neale is no oxymoron, and these six decks are out to kill you. Find out what they are and how to stop them!
This was certainly an eventful weekend. I got up at 3 AM Friday leading into SCG DC and flew out with [card Squadron Hawk]Caw-Blade[/card] and [card Kuldotha Rebirth]Kuldotha Red[/card] prepared for Standard, as well as [card Lord of Atlantis]Merfolk[/card] and Natural Order [card Rhox War Monk]Bant[/card] skeletons next to my Ad Nauseam [card Tendrils of […]
Urza’s Saga is the first set in one of the financial powerhouse blocks of Magic. Though it was supposed to be themed around enchantments, I reckon that Urza’s Saga really has the theme of “you’ll pay $10 for this, this and this.” While Tempest represented the first truly modern set, Saga expanded on this to […]
So, it’s Friday, the day before Grand Prix: Columbus, and we arrive around 5:10am. We pull up to two or three of the hotels on the Columbus Convention Center campus, no vacancy. Courtyard Marriot, which I’m more than willing to give a plug here, has a vacancy for Friday and Saturday; but we’ve just been […]